Traffic Challan: It is very important to wear a helmet while driving a two-wheeler. There is a fine for not wearing a helmet. But if you are wearing a helmet. Even then fines may have to be faced. In fact, these days the traffic police across the country are challaning those who do not wear helmets and do not wear them properly.
Traffic Challan: Under the Motor Vehicle Act, every person is required to wear a helmet while driving a two-wheeler on the road. Most of the people also follow this rule. But many times people are challaned even after wearing helmets. They don’t understand what was their mistake after all? Anyway, these days the traffic police is dealing strictly against those who do not wear helmets and those who do not wear helmets properly. Not only this, even those who wear helmets are now being challaned. Actually, now not wearing helmet properly has also been included in the traffic rules.
Not only this, the traffic police is also deducting challans ranging from Rs 1000 to Rs 2000 for this. However, even after knowing this rule, many people do not wear helmets. At the same time, some people make mistakes while wearing helmets. In such a situation, we are telling you how to wear the helmet properly. So that you can stay safe and avoid challan as well.
Know how to wear helmet
It is very important to wear a helmet while driving a two-wheeler i.e. scoot or hike. This is necessary so that you do not get hit on your head during an accident. In most accidents, people die due to head injuries. In such a situation, whenever you wear a helmet, keep in mind that it fits well on your head. Never forget to put on a bandage after wearing a helmet. Many times people use helmet to avoid challan. They don’t wear bandages. Not only this, many people’s helmets do not have strip lock. It may also be broken. In such situations you can be invoiced.
Now 2000 challan is being deducted
The Government of India has made changes in the Motor Vehicles Act of 1998. In this, two-wheeler drivers will be fined up to Rs 2000 for not wearing a helmet or not wearing a helmet properly. It means to say that if the bike rider is wearing a helmet, but it is open then he will be fined Rs 1,000. Even if you are wearing a helmet and the head strap is not tight. Even then a fine of Rs 1,000 will be imposed. Overall, the helmet now has to be worn completely properly. If this does not happen then you will be invoiced for Rs.2000.
It is very important to have ISI mark on the helmet.
1,000 fine can be imposed if the helmet does not have the BSI (Bureau of Indian Standards – ISI) mark. Therefore, while driving a bike-scooter, only ISI marked helmet should be worn. If this does not happen then a fine of Rs 1,000 will be imposed under section 194D MVA of the Motor Vehicle Act. However, Delhi Police is currently issuing challans of Rs 1000 to people.